Libya Is In The Midst Of An Armed Insurrection, Not A Peaceful Protest
Libya is facing an armed insurrection. This is not a peaceful protest.
What is taking place in Libya is a carefully staged and strategically planned armed insurrection backed by the U.S. and E.U. whose objective is not “democratization” but regime change and the takeover of Libya’s vast oil reserves.
Yesterday Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, said that the situation in his country is different from the situation in Tunisia and Egypt because Libya’s instability was caused by terrorist groups.
His statement is congruent with what we are able to verify regarding these “opposition organizations” that work under the umbrella of the National Conference for the Libyan Opposition, which is funded by Saudi Arabia and according to sources, was formed in London in 2005. It is led by the CIA trained and CIA/Saudi joint funded National Front for the Salvation of Libya whose leader is Col. Khalifa Haftar.
Libyan opposition groups include:
Follow the links and see who is really behind them. All trails lead to foreign NGO’s and intelligence agencies.
Saif al-Islam has repeatedly emphasized that they are not fighting against the Libyan people, but against particular terrorist groups, and denied accounts of government snipers shooting at protesters.
Currently, the only group pressing for United Nations intervention is the foreign intelligence backed rebels/terrorists masquerading as protesters. The Libyan people do not want any U.S – NATO involvement. They remember all too well the treachery and barbarism of previous “interventions”.
Prensa Latina reports that Cuba rejected any maneuver by the UNHRC that entailed foreign military intervention in Libya and reiterated a call to Libyan authorities to remain calm in the face of threats and provocations.
“We cannot accept the risk that this tragic situation is used to satisfy pro-intervention greed, strip the Libyan people of its sovereignty and take over their resources,” said Cuban permanent representative to the UNHRC in Geneva Rodolfo Reyes said.
“We want the Libyan people to reach a prompt, peaceful, sovereign solution to the situation created there, without any kind of interference or foreign intervention, that secures the integrity of the Libyan nation”, said Reyes as he expressed the Cuban Government’s stand.
According to this report from Serbians living in Libya, the situation is calm and there is no sign of discontent. We must question all unverified media reports and ask whose agenda they serve.
A most recent example of Washington propaganda comes from this Al Jazeera interview with Ibrahim Sharqieh of the Brookings Institute. He is deputy director of the Doha Center, a department within the AIPAC founded Saban Center division of Brookings. You can view their featured articles on “democracy promotion” in the Middle East here.
An article featured on the Brookings website; The Whole World is Watching, is authored by Samantha Constant and Edward Sayre who work for the Brooking’s Wolfensohn Center for Development and head The Middle East Youth Initiative. It reveals the strategy behind targeting youth.
Let me be clear. This is not about improving the future for the youth in the Middle East and North Africa.
It is about exploiting the most vulnerable and impressionable segment of the population, utilizing their energy, idealism and angst to further globalist agendas that benefit only the elite. This is ruthless predation at its worst and is utterly unconscionable.
Understanding how the game is being played against the people of Africa and the Middle East we must turn the tables against the globalists and withdraw support for their “color revolutions”, acts of terrorism and wars launched under false pretext.
As for Libya, the best possible outcome will manifest only if the people, free from foreign covert and overt operations, are able to determine their own destiny.
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